S100 Polishing Soap: No matter how well you take care of your bike, sometimes things happen that need intensive care. Some overly stubborn road film, a few ugly stains, or plain old dulling and corrosion are things a biker can face. No problem! For small areas, our S100 Finish Restorer is the perfect solution. It can renew tarnished metals (aluminum, stainless, chrome etc.) to a brilliant shine, even often take small scratches out of plastics. It rubs out easier than ordinary polishes and doesn’t come with that ugly ammonia smell, either! No wonder Motorcyclist Magazine called it the nearest article to a miracle finish maintenance product!
For larger areas, our breakthrough polishing product S100 Polishing Soap is the perfect weapon in that fight against dulling and tarnishing. This just might be the world’s fastest way to polish! Forget the slow, tedious two finger polishing you know and step up to a handful of polishing power. Based on a technology used by European silversmiths, this clay and soap based polish is applied with a wet sponge (included). Wet the sponge, drag across the Polishing Soap and scrub the surface. Rinse with a hose or let dry and buff out. No smelly, oily residue and a speed that will amaze you. Pipes, fork tubes, wheels, case covers etc. get shined up in a fraction of the time it used to take. Economical, too. Outlasts a couple of tubes of ordinary polish. (Not recommended for painted or anodized surfaces.). Dozens of uses around the home are described in the booklet included.
Use S100 Polishing Soaps on exhaust pipes, handlebars, spokes, exhaust tips, forks, headers, and polished wheels and casings. But don’tåÊoverlook the dozens of applications besides your bike. It’s safe for use on fiberglass, porcelain, stainless steel, glass, ceramic, grout, aluminum and plastics (Not intended for use on anodized and painted surfaces.) It has a hundred different applications all over your boat, throughout the kitchen, in the bathroom, on jewelry and silver goods, and on your car. Tarnish, rust and unsightly blemishes disappear!
- Use S100 Polishing Soap on cool surfaces only.
- Wash the motorcycle to remove dirt and oil. It’s not necessary to dry it.
- Wet the included sponge thoroughly and wring it out until it’s just dripping. Drag it across the soap several times and then squeeze the sponge to create lather.
- Rub the metal vigorously. When applying polishes, speed is generally more effective than pressure.
- S100 says you can allow the soap to dry to a haze and then buff or rinse well with water. We recommend rinsing. It’s a safe rule of thumb to rinse any polish or cleaner off your motorcycle quickly since shiny chrome has a tendency to spot.
- Once the bike is thoroughly rinsed, blast it dry with the Metro Air Force Blaster to prevent water spots.